FANUC AMERICA COMBINES MACHINE SETUP, PROGRAMMING AND MACHINING IN NEW CNC TRAINING COURSE
The new FANUC Setup, Programming and Machining course balances classroom instruction with on-machine training to guide students through the entire machining process, from working with designs to machine set up to final production. The four-day class includes an overview of creating and modifying part programs; the CNC display screens; understanding and editing G-codes, M-codes, S-codes and T-codes; as well as program optimization and management.
The FANUC Setup, Programming and Machining course covers G-code programming used on the 30i/31i/32i Model A&B controls, as well as the 35i Model B and 0i Model D and F.
The course will take advantage of the recently upgraded machining labs at several of the FANUC CNC training facilities. Students will have the opportunity to design a part from engineering drawings, set it up and machine it on a FANUC RoboDrill. Using a mix of 3D machine visualization and hands-on machine time, students will use more than 50 part programs that demonstrate most of the G-codes used in standard machining processes.
The first courses are scheduled for July 17-20 in chicago and August 29-September 1 in Charlotte, NC. Additional courses will be announced throughout the year. Visit the CNC training webpage (www.fanucamerica.com/cnctraining) or contact the training department [888-FANUC-US (888-326-8287) select 2 then 4]for the latest schedule and course availability.